By Cvete Koneska
After Ethnic clash: Policy-making in Post-conflict Bosnia and Macedonia investigates how delicate coverage concerns should be resolved within the aftermath of warfare by means of investigating how political elites have interaction and make judgements in ethnically divided societies. Focussing at the interactions among political elites and makes an attempt to arrive contract throughout ethnic strains in Bosnia and Macedonia the publication examines the effect that institutional elements may have on political actors and the choices they make.Examining family elements and exterior impact in politics, Cvete Koneska identifies 4 key drivers of post-conflict cooperation: cross-cutting identities, minority veto powers, territorial autonomy, and casual practices to provide an explanation for inter-ethnic political lodging. by means of having a look past the instant post-conflict panorama, created via overseas peace negotiators and reduction missions, to the interior political approach she indicates the true purposes political actors cooperate and the way competing ethnic tensions are reconciled following ethnic clash. Delving deeper into particular coverage parts to check winning and unsuccessful makes an attempt at ethnic lodging this ebook explores the standards at the back of the several coverage results that maintain or undermine peace and ethnic cooperation in ethnically divided societies.
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Extra resources for After Ethnic Conflict: Policy-making in Post-conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia
They remain an integral part of institutional design practice, as they are the most durable and most frequently implemented mechanisms of power-sharing. Indeed, both the Bosnian and Macedonian political systems to a different extent exhibit these power-sharing mechanisms, which were introduced as part of the post-conflict institutional redesign in order to avoid a relapse into ethnic conflict. Grand executive coalition refers to an inclusive process of coalition-building in government, where political parties or subjects representing all ethnic groups between which power is shared join the government.
By looking at how political elites interact in the policy process in areas where veto rights apply, this book investigates the impact that vetoes and qualified majority voting have on political elites in the policy process. It examines when elite accommodation is more or less likely to take place as a result. The main elements of power-sharing institutional arrangements discussed above do not exhaust the list of institutional solutions that are, or can be applied, to post-conflict ethnically divided societies.
Roeder (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2005). 34 Phillip Roeder, Where Nation-states Come From: Institutional Change in the Age of Nationalism (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2007); Phillip Roeder and Donald Rothchild, Sustainable Peace: Power and Democracy after Civil Wars (New York: Cornell University Press, 2005). 35 F. 3 (2003–4), p. 93. 32 After Ethnic Conflict The double majority requirement means that in addition to the overall majority votes which are required for the legislation to pass, a majority of non-majority ethnic groups’ deputies also need to support the proposal.
After Ethnic Conflict: Policy-making in Post-conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia by Cvete Koneska